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Administrative Relief to DREAMers

In light of the recent ground breaking announcement providing a deferral opportunity for undocumented youth, CLINIC has created some initial resources that may help you field media and community questions.

President Announces Administrative Relief to DREAMers

On June 15th theAdministration announced that it will stop deporting DREAM Act-eligible youth.  In addition, it will use its authority to grant, on a case-by-case basis, deferred action status valid for two years.  At the end of that two-year period, deferred action can be renewed. Those granted deferred action will be eligible for work authorization for the duration of deferred action.  Aliens who meet the following criteria can qualify for this relief:

Screener Recognition

 The BIA Pro Bono Project could not function without its committed team of screening attorneys.  Screeners are experts in immigration law who volunteer their time with the Project to review cases at the BIA once per week.  They create the redacted summaries of the cases that are circulated to Project participants each week.  We thank them for their time and dedication.

Past Recipients of CLINIC's Pro Bono Award

  Paul Hastings, LLP University of Houston Law Center Immigration Clinic Swidler Berlin Shereff Friedman, LLP King & Spalding, LLP Thomas Tousley, Esq. Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP Eric Singer, Esq. Perkins Coie, LLP Texas Southern University’s Clinical - Legal Studies Program

2014 CLINIC Pro Bono Award Recipient

2014 CLINIC Pro Bono Award CLINIC is proud to recognize the hard work and dedication of those who support the BIA Pro Bono Project.  In particular, we recognize the law firm of Sutherland Asbill & Brennan as the recipient of CLINIC’s 2014 Pro Bono Award.

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